Keeping Up - Deepstash

Keeping Up

At the end of each chapter, you’re prompted to fill in a square of the grid. This can be helpful so that each square is filled with fresh information. By the end of the book, all the squares should be completed.

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A high school graduate aspiring to be a real estate mogul. :)

A Marketing plan doesn’t need to be 20 pages long to grasp the main points of your business. 💡

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